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First On The Scene: Milkvetch

Milkvetch is one of the first wildflowers on the spring scene, and has earned my respect as the hardiest of the hardiest.  There are many different types, but what amazes me is its ability to grow in the driest conditions.   267 more words


Does Changing the ‘Gifted’ Label Change Anything?

“We need the word until we, as a culture, can see the distinct and varied permutations of human intellectual difference without feeling fear, threat, or envy for those whom the word “gifted” fits.”

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Heron's Bill Wildflower

As the name implies, this tiny pink wildflower’s seeds look just like a heron’s bill.  Heron’s Bill is an extremely common wildflower that is weedy in nature.   320 more words


DERMALOG supplies new biometric passports to the Maldives

German biometrics innovator DERMALOG has supplied the new biometric passports and IT system for registration and personalization of electronic passports to the Republic of Maldives. Additionally, DERMALOG delivered a new border control system, including automatic gates and a high-speed AFIS (Automatic Fingerprint Identification System) to Maldives Immigration. 229 more words


X INFOTECH expands into Latin America

Up to now, X INFOTECH has gained a well established reputation in Europe, Africa and Asia. With the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) solutions for Uruguay’s e-ID card and e-passport, X INFOTECH enters Latin American market, addressing the increasing market demand, as the governments in Latin America shifts towards new, innovative e-ID solutions. 202 more words


VIDEO: Back to the efuture: eIDAS

The eIDAS Revolution started taking place in September 2014, when the EU adopted new rules for electronic identification and trust services.
Now, year by year, public services and companies need to adapt to the different stages: 89 more words


The Gifted Identification Process with Guest, Dr. Joy Lawson Davis

The gifted identification process has been a hot topic in gifted education for decades. Far too often it is mired in personal prejudices, politics, and misapplied theories about what constitutes a gifted student. 1,042 more words